Pain Treatment by Manual Osteopathy
Manual Osteopathy assessment
Deep Tissue Massage
“Within the body tissue there is an inherent wisdom. Above all, a wise all-knowing restorative force and an intelligence within every cell that keeps the body well.” – Andrew Taylor Still MD DO, Founder of Osteopathy THERAPY
In manual osteopathy, the practitioners use a method of curing the body through similar techniques such as a massage. Furthermore, Manual osteopathy is based on the concept of treating the body without any use of drugs. In other words, then focusing on the optimal positioning of the fascia, bones, muscles, viscera and everything in-between. In light of the fact, that human body works in coordination of the all the organs, practitioners help clients reinforce these connections. Hence, a method of osteopathy by which this the osteopaths target the joints, and muscles, therefore by the use of tension and friction the pain is cured. In fact, people have found this method to be effective.
Simply put, Osteopathy Therapy is the study of the human body as it functions in both health and disease. Like mentioned before that no drugs are used, the technique is quite similar to massaging but aimed to improve healthcare of the overall body. Furthermore, it is beneficial for the treatment of neck pain, back pain and other sorts of pain relief. To sum up, the treatment Plan in order to diagnosing and treating conditions using these techniques is called Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM). In case, you are suffering from an ache or a disease, osteopathy is recommended along with the medical treatment.
What is Osteopathy?
Osteopathy is the study of the human body used to relieve pain all over the human body. However, it is especially beneficial for the cure of migraine, back pain, neck pain, etc. As a matter of fact the human body consists of complex groups of connected systems and organisms. Therefore, it is needed that these organs function properly in coordination with each other. Hence, by the use of applying pressure on the joints and muscles to create tension and strengthening them.
To sum up, by using this technique of massaging the blood circulation is improved. In the same way, osteopathy improves the nervous system of the body. Moreover, the osteopaths focus on joints, muscles, and spine. Although, the process seems similar to massaging, it is different from that. The whole body of the patient is examined and the pain point is found, once it is found the relief can easily be provided. For this purpose, we have created a custom treatment plan to guide our patients to rehabilitation and prevention of future health problems.In case of an illness, this is a must try method but at the same time it is important to get medicine as well. Overall, osteopathy is really beneficial for the health of one’s body.
Manual Osteopathy Treatment
Relaxation Massage Therapy
Manual Osteopathy care
Manual Osteopathy assessment
Deep Tissue Massage
Why should I choose osteopathy?
Osteopathy takes a holistic, whole-body approach to healthcare.
It uses manual ‘hands-on’ techniques to improve circulation and correct altered biomechanics with natural pain relief, without the use of drugs.
A manual osteopathic practitioner does not concentrate only on the problem area, but uses manual techniques to balance all the body systems, and to provide overall good health and wellbeing.
Diagnosing and treating conditions using these techniques is called Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM).
Techniques include stretching, gentle pressure, and resistance, known as osteopathic manipulative medicine.
Is a manual osteopathy practitioner the same as a chiropractor?
A chiropractor can also treat the back, but their focus is more likely to be on the position of the spine and joints, with the aim of improving nerve function and healing ability.
A chiropractor is more likely to “pop” or “crack” the joints. A manual osteopathic practitioner does not usually do this. A chiropractor will focus on a specific problem area, while an osteopath looks at the body as a whole. An Osteopathic specialized training in the fast-growing approach to healing and wellness.The practitioner will also assess the health of the joints, ligaments, and tissues, using a highly trained technique of touch known as palpation.
Also relaxation & deep tissue massage just working on the muscles, but a manual osteopath focus on the muscles more professional.
Akram Naserianaraki is a member of College of Registered Manual Osteopath.
She is certified Osteopathic Manual Practitioner and has received training under the National Osteopathy College (NAO) in Canada.
Akram also has extensive background for years as a therapist. The Science of osteopathy is a process of treating
the whole body.
An osteopathy practitioner is responsible to treat the parts of body that need to heal, this process is done without medicine.
Apart from being an osteopath, Akram has studied anatomy, physiology, bio mechanics and as a result disease processes as a physician.
As a skilled and knowledgable professional, she continues to keep herself updated regarding any new research as well.
I am James Roh
I have been a working as an acupuncturist for the past 10 years.
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